Every year, departments across the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh campus offer events, opportunities and service to students of all backgrounds, origins and identities. Take a look at a sampling of how UWO uses social media to celebrate diversity.
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This issue of Engage magazine addresses the critical need for organizations and communities across the nation to focus on being inclusive and supportive of an increasingly diverse population. At UW Oshkosh we strive for what we refer to as inclusive excellence—the fostering of greater diversity,
This is a milestone issue of Engage magazine celebrating 10 years of bringing the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh to life in alumni homes around the world. This issue reflects on what it means to be a Titan through the lens of our students, faculty and
How far have you traveled and what did you learn?
“It was my first time going to the beach ever, so it was really beautiful to see all of God’s work in action.”
—Jaleah Powell, freshman, music composition
Traveled to Florida
“I learned about the importance of the arts
I have made a deliberate decision to devote my higher education career to institutions such as the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. We are a regional public university with a significant focus on improving the quality of life for northeastern Wisconsin. Regional public universities, or comprehensive
What problems do you hope researchers will solve in the next 10 years?
he start of the fall semester has been a momentous time for both me and my family. I first had the pleasure of helping with move-in days on Sept. 6 and 7. The UW Oshkosh community of alumni, staff and faculty carried box after box
Engage accepts ideas for future stories, letters to the editor and comments for publication. The editors reserve the right to condense and edit all submissions. Feedback should be submitted to Natalie Johnson, Alumni Welcome and Conference Center, 625 Pearl Ave., Oshkosh WI 54901 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
How has being in a community impacted your life?
A common characteristic of best places to live, work and/or do business is the location of a college or university within those communities. That should not come as a surprise to those of us living in Oshkosh who have witnessed UW Oshkosh/community relationships that began